Latvia is also home to a number of smaller local languages. Latgalian is the largest of these, with around 200,000 speakers. Other minority languages are Baltic Romani, with 8,000 speakers and Yiddish, with 800 speakers. The Liv language has no remaining living native speakers, though some people are trying to restore it. The country is also home to a number of immigrant languages including Belrusian, Ukrainian and Polish.